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Braille Abacus

  • Durable plastic frame with thirteen columns of beads.
  • Used for solving math problems when calculators are not available or permitted.
  • Less cumbersome than Brailler and paper.
  • Readily substitutes for pen and paper.
  • Works extremely well for blind students.

This durable, plastic pocket-sized abacus has thirteen columns of beads which allow you to “write down” your calculation. Then, by simply taking away and adding beads to different columns, you can keep track of every step of the problem you’re solving. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division questions can all be performed on this nifty device – not to mention finding the square root of a number.